Muslims around the world are preparing for the end of the long month of fasting to celebrate Eid al-Fitr.
"As Muslims, we must strive to maintain all the good deeds we showed during the fasting period and shun the evil and devilish acts we abstained from during the Holy month". Muslims are very much joyful to celebrate Ramadan 2017, but everyone is in a dilemma When is Eid 2017? People start their day early by chanting Salat ul-Fajr (the daily prayers). Arrangements will also be made to conduct Eid prayers in 33 open spaces, including Sulaimaniyah, Deira and Manfuha, with special places allocated for women. Most public and private employees are off-duty during the feast, although street sellers, shops and a number of businesses remain at work, as people tend to shop more to buy gifts for their family, friends and relatives.
Eid-al-Fitr is that only day of Shawwal that Muslims are not permitted to fast and many chose to fast for further six days after Eid. Also, Egypt has seen the first sight of the moon and even Abdel Fattah el-Sisi the President of Egypt has wished his nation on the occasion of Eid this year.
'O Mon Ramzan-er Oi Rozar Sheshey Elo Khushir Eid', the impressive song of National Poet Kazi Najrul Islam, is completing 85 years on the day of this Eid-ul-Fitr.
The clerics told they received as many as 56 testimonies of sighting the moon from all over the province.
Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Malaysia, Indonesia and the United Arab Emirates have announced an end to this year's Ramadan Fast, according to Aljazeera. If it is sighted, the first day of Eid al-Fitr will be observed on Sunday, June 25.
The Government of India is likely to declare Eid holiday on June 26, Monday.
Six mosques and prayers grounds have been prepared for holding Eid Al Fitr Prayer in the Industrial Area.